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  1. Stamford-Area Leaders Pitch In To Serve Meals At Pacific House

    Stamford-Area Leaders Pitch In To Serve Meals At Pacific House

    STAMFORD, CONN. -- Several local and state representatives gathered recently to honor National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week by helping with a meal service at an emergency shelter operated by Stamford-based Pacific House that serves people from Greenwich, Stamford, Darien and New Canaan.State Sen. Carlo Leone, a Democrat representing Stamford and Darien, State Rep. Caroline ...

  2. Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    Navin Gets More Time To Mull Deal In Easton Murder Case

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- A judge is giving Kyle Navin a little more time to decide whether to take a plea deal or go to trial on charges that he killed his Easton parents last year in an effort to get their money, according to the Connecticut Post.At a hearing Thursday, Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin continued the case to Jan. 12 to allow for further discussion about the unspecified ...

  3. Grant Tinker, 90, Stamford Native, Legendary TV Executive

    Grant Tinker, 90, Stamford Native, Legendary TV Executive

    Grant Tinker, Stamford native and former NBC executive who made his mark in television in the 1970s and '80s with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," which he launched with his former wife, and "Hill Street Blues" among many others, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. according to multiple sources. He was 90.NBC announced his death Wednesday, though no cause was given. Tinker, who ...

  4. Greenwich's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    Greenwich's Linda McMahon Meets With Trump In Manhattan

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich's Linda McMahon, WWE founding executive and two-time Connecticut Senate hopeful, met with President-elect Donald Trump in Manhattan on Wednesday, fueling speculation that she is being considered for his administration, according to the Connecticut Post.The Connecticut Post attributed the information to an unnamed source, while a spokesman for McMahon, who ...

  5. Charges Dismissed Against Officials In Stamford High Sex Case

    Charges Dismissed Against Officials In Stamford High Sex Case

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Former Stamford High School Principal Donna Valentine told the Stamford Advocate that she's looking forward to trying to get her job back after charges were dismissed against her and her assistant Monday that they failed to report a sexual relationship between a teacher and a student.The decision comes nearly a year after Stamford school board officials voted ...

  6. Stamford's Pacific House Renames Recovery Program After Former Addict

    Stamford's Pacific House Renames Recovery Program After Former Addict

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- After overcoming his own battle with drugs, alcohol and homelessness, Sidney Elmore paid it forward by helping others who sought help at Stamford's Pacific House successfully recover. Pacific House is now honoring him by renaming their recovery program for the man they call the center's spiritual leader. At Elmore's recent retirement party, officials announced the new ...

  7. Stamford's First County Bank Foundation Awards $21K To Six Area  Nonprofits

    Stamford's First County Bank Foundation Awards $21K To Six Area Nonprofits

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A total of $21,000 in grant money is planned to be spread among six New Canaan nonprofit organizations through an effort by Stamford-based First County Bank Foundation to support local services.In announcing the grants, First County officials said the organizations selected provide essential services to the communities they serve.  The largest grants -- $5,000 each ...

  8. Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    Artists Speak About Art In Small Scales At Greenwich Museum

    GREENWICH, CONN. -- Four artists whose work is featured in a art in small scales exhibition at the Bruce Museum plan to speak about using small scales as an art medium at a public reception Thursday at the Greenwhich museum.The panel discussion coincides with the ongoing exhibit, titled "Small Scales: Lands of Enchantment," which opened Oct. 29 and continues through Jan. 29 at ...

  9. Stamford Police Search For Man After His Wife Is Found Dead

    Stamford Police Search For Man After His Wife Is Found Dead

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford police are joining New York City police in searching for a 33-year-old man in connection with his wife's death after the man apparently abandoned his 5-year-old daughter at a Port Authority bus terminal, according to News 12 Connecticut.Authorities are searching for Elmer Gomez Ruono, of Courtland Avenue in Stamford, according to News 12 Connecticut. Stamford ...

  10. Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    Special Olympics' Shriver To Speak About Inclusion At Fairfield University

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- Special Olympics Chairman Timothy P. Shriver was 9 years old when his mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, launched the Special Olympics in Chicago. His lifelong passion for helping people with special needs is why Fairfield University invited him to speak about his humanitarian work on Nov. 16 at the school.As part of the 19th annual Jacoby-Lunin Humanitarian Lectureship ...

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